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Wedding TALK OF THE TOWN: The happy blue blood love triangle

05:05  07 february  2021
05:05  07 february  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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As the former girlfriend of the Duke of Roxburghe, once Britain’s most eligible bachelor, fashion designer Morvarid Sahafi might be expected to feel a little glum at the news he is getting married.

After all, she only split from the Duke – former Army captain Charlie Innes-Ker, 39, with whom she has a four-year-old daughter – just before lockdown last year. What’s more, his fiancee, Annie Green, 31, is one of Ms Sahafi’s friends.

But if the Iranian-born 39-year-old has any regrets that Ms Green, not herself, is moving into 200-room Floors Castle – which Charlie inherited along with a £100 million fortune when his father died in 2019 – she is keeping them to herself.

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For not only do the happy couple have Ms Sahafi’s blessing – she is overflowing with goodwill. ‘I think he has made a great choice, she’s a friend and really wonderful,’ she says.


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‘I have known her for 15 years. I knew her before I knew him.

‘I am very happy about the marriage. I could not have picked a better person myself. She [Annie] is incredible.’

Eton and Sandhurst-educated Charlie is the 11th Duke of Roxburghe and also holds the titles Marquess of Bowmont and Cessford, Earl of Kelso and Viscount Broxmouth.

He and Annie, a trainee occupational therapist from South Africa, will wait until after lockdown restrictions ease before planning their wedding.

‘They met in summer 2020 and get on so well – they are a fab couple,’ says a friend,

Before the Duke met Ms Sahafi he was married to Charlotte Aitken, the eldest daughter of Lord Beaverbrook, but they separated within a year.

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